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Josh Thompson Sells Out Texarkana Show On The 2010 Cold Beers And Reindeers Tour

                                                 Newest Single, “Won’t Be Lonely Long” Is At Radio Now!

Josh Thompson has had quite the introduction to being a headlining act on the 2010 Cold Beers and Reindeers Tour presented by Townsquare Media.  During the past week on his first-ever headline tour, screaming fans have been pushing capacity in venues all over Texas. On Friday December 10, fans jam-packed their way into Josh’s sold-out show at Shooters Sports Bar inTexarkana.

Rolling through the Lone Star State’s most popular music venues, The 2010 Cold Beer and Reindeers Tour also features special guests Joanna Smith and James Wesley. SVP of Strategy and Operations Dhruv Prasad says of the tour, “Townsquare Media is delighted to introduce Josh, Joanna and James to Texas. We’re thrilled about the reception to the tour so far and are excited for our West Texas swing which begins tonight in Abilene.”

Thompson shares in the enthusiasm. “I was pretty excited to be going out on my first headlining tour.  And I love the name of it. I have seen plenty of cold beers but no reindeer yet!" he says. "But the best part of it all is that we are selling out! The support from Townsquare Media in these markets has been a big part of its success and I am glad to see it all come together.”

For the remainder of the tour, Josh will offer a collector’s edition 2-track CD sampler to fans who purchase walk-up tickets the night of the show. Quantities are limited and will be distributed on a first come, first serve basis. For up-to-date ticket information, fans can log on to the tour’s website at

Fans can listen for Thompson’s newest single, “Won’t Be Lonely Long,” which is at radio now.  For more information on Josh, be sure to visit


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